Please fix this obvious refactor bug in Intellij 8.1 latest beta release

Hi,
there is a obvious bug in the Rename Refactor in v8.01 and even Intellij 8.1 builg 9678 that is unable to rename in the following code.

public class TestRefactor
{
    public JButton uiTest1 = new JButton("Test1"),
        uiTest2 = new JButton("Test2"),
        uiTest3 = new JButton("Test1");
    {
        uiTest1.setToolTipText("Test1");
        uiTest2.setToolTipText("Test2");
        uiTest3.setToolTipText("Test3");
    }
   
    public static void main(String[] _args)
    {
    }   
}

Create the above code, and try the Rename refactor on uiTest2 or uiTest3, Intellij will fail to rename anything other than uiTest1.

thank

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Hello geekycoder,

Please file a JIRA issue at http://www.jetbrains.net/jira

there is a obvious bug in the Rename Refactor in v8.01 and even
Intellij 8.1 builg 9678 that is unable to rename in the following
code.
public class TestRefactor
{
public JButton uiTest1 = new JButton("Test1"),
uiTest2 = new JButton("Test2"),
uiTest3 = new JButton("Test1");
{
uiTest1.setToolTipText("Test1");
uiTest2.setToolTipText("Test2");
uiTest3.setToolTipText("Test3");
}
public static void main(String[] _args)
{
}
}
Create the above code, and try the Rename refactor on uiTest2 or
uiTest3, Intellij will fail to rename anything other than uiTest1.


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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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Exception reported for this problem:
http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-33928

Bas

Dmitry Jemerov wrote:

Hello geekycoder,

Please file a JIRA issue at http://www.jetbrains.net/jira

>> there is a obvious bug in the Rename Refactor in v8.01 and even
>> Intellij 8.1 builg 9678 that is unable to rename in the following
>> code.
>> public class TestRefactor
>> {
>> public JButton uiTest1 = new JButton("Test1"),
>> uiTest2 = new JButton("Test2"),
>> uiTest3 = new JButton("Test1");
>> {
>> uiTest1.setToolTipText("Test1");
>> uiTest2.setToolTipText("Test2");
>> uiTest3.setToolTipText("Test3");
>> }
>> public static void main(String[] _args)
>> {
>> }
>> }
>> Create the above code, and try the Rename refactor on uiTest2 or
>> uiTest3, Intellij will fail to rename anything other than uiTest1.

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I have filed  the bug in JIRA . Is there any way, I can view those issues I file in JIRA ? I think I lost track of what I filed.

The bug still exists in Intellij latest beta build #9684. Hope that it can be fixed before officially release.

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Looks like this is your bug:
http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEADEV-34344

Bas

geekycoder wrote:

I have filed the bug in JIRA . Is there any way, I can view those issues I file in JIRA ? I think I lost track of what I filed.

The bug still exists in Intellij latest beta build #9684. Hope that it can be fixed before officially release.

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Original message URL: http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/message/5231201#5231201

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Hello geekycoder,

Fixed. Thank you
-


Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I have filed the bug in JIRA . Is there any way, I can view those
issues I file in JIRA ? I think I lost track of what I filed.

The bug still exists in Intellij latest beta build #9684. Hope that it
can be fixed before officially release.

---
Original message URL:
http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/message/5231201#5231201



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Bas,
thank...

Anna,
That's great.
thank


Anyway, I finally find the way to view those issues belonging to the login user.
Here is the steps in JIRA.
- Go to Find Issues tab (located on top)
- Select the Issue Attributes accordion dropdown (located in middle)
- Under Report combobox, specify the Current User choice and finally click the View button (located in bottom)

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